A little on the expensive side but a nice atmosphere for meeting friends and enjoying a meal and conversation
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This place used to have good food, but no longer. The eggs were cold and rubbery. The hashbrows were mushy. And the french toast was tasteless.
I used to go here for a very good breakfast and speedy service. Must be new owners because the service was terrible. Very long wait for food, rude waitress, food not cooked to order, hollandaise was floury and tasteless as well as the sausage gravy....More
Food was alright but extremely expensive! They do not buy locally, nor is it organic or non-gmo so i just cannot justify it.
Very nice place. We had a very enjoyable breakfast here. Excellent service and hospitality. Highly recommend the potato pancakes, which you don't find everywhere and were delicious.
Old gas station/garage turned into a very nice restaurant. Very casual. Old signage from the 30's, 40's and 50's decorate this place. Breakfast is the meal we had which was good. The home fries are delicious! The wait was minimal, and all seats have a...More
The owner is kind and helpful. The portions are sizable. It's good to sit at the counter, dine solo at a table, meet friends or bring a family. Everything we've tried has been good breakfast food. The scones and cinnamon roles are homemade I believe...More
The food is great!! and the atmosphere is so interesting. This Cafe was originally a gas station - but the owners have made it into a intriguing place of automobile memorabellia. The food looks wonderful and taste even better!
This place is very solid choice for breakfast, the only fare I've sampled. Over the course of several visits, I ordered the potato pancake (with egg) combo, the corned beef whatever, and an omelette. Egg dishes come with choice of respectable hash browns, home fries...More